The official elimination of net neutrality rules, as proposed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chair Ajit Pai in December, takes effect today (June 11).

For media justice advocates and their allies—who see net neutrality as a key protection against communications conglomerates suppressing access for marginalized communities—the fight is not over. Experts from digital equity groups including The Center for Media Justice, Free Press and Fight for the Future are currently answering questions about the repeal of net neutrality rules and the fight for internet freedom in a Reddit Ask Me Anything chat. Click through to learn how these groups and their supporters are taking the battle to restore net neutrality through the states, courts, Congress and beyond.